The Ishavasya Upanishad is a text of eighteen verses that comprises the last chapter of the Yajur Veda. Considered to be the seed of the entire Indian Philosophy, it is one of the most profound literary works to date.
Swami Niranjanananda’s commentary on this Upanishad makes the depth of its wisdom accessible to all. The clarity of thought and language allows the highest thinking and understanding of the sages and seers of the vedic times to become comprehensible. The commentary is not only a guide; it also indicates how the teachings of the Upanishads are relevant to the spiritual aspirant of the twenty-first century. Life, action, knowledge and the process of meditation are explained in a light that inspire the reader to connect and explore. Swami Niranjanananda’s lucid approach is a boon to all who wish to have direction and purpose in their life and spiritual practice.
|Language:||Devanagri, English, Roman|
|Subject:||Commentaries, Upanishads, Veda|